Voice Factory: Ohenewa and Carl Selasie fail to make it to the grand finale

The final eviction show of the Voice Factory has been held and Carl Selasie Dzata and Ohenewa Williams fail to make it to the grand finale.

The two contestants were evicted because the judges didn’t evict anyone last week.

This means that Natasha Odoi, Godslove Cudjoe, Kakra Mills Robertson and Elizabeth Joseph are the four finalists.

They will be competing for the prize GHc5000.

The final show will be held at the premises of Citi 97.3 FM on August 28 at 6pm.

Ohemaa Mercy and Preachers are expected to perform on that day.

About the Voice Factory

This edition of the Voice Factory is the third. It has been dubbed ‘The Gospel Edition.’

The show started with an audition that featured about 36 people who were all looking forward to compete.

Ten of those were picked and they competed keenly.

Along the way, Carl Selasie, Gerard Amavi, Maame Abena Ankomah were evicted but Carl was brought back after the contestants and listeners voted for him to return.

Michelle Amankwa, who was one of the ten, dropped due to ‘reasons beyond her control.’

Virtual Sound Labs supports the Voice Factory with some quality sound and instruments. The live band sessions have also been backed by the band called ‘Tribe of Judah.’

By: Jeffrey Owuraku Sarpong/citifmonline.com/Ghana